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KNIFE. Cast bronze.
The elongated blade is sheet-like, with the longitudinal edge; the haft is short and flat, smoothly changes to the narrow shoulder. 1977, Random finding. Beginning of 2nd millennium BC.
TIP OF SPEAR. Cast bronze. The blade is sheet-like and triangular in the section. The haft is rectangular in the section, in the dull end. 1981, Bore pit 10. First half of 2nd millennium BC. I~r 216

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Clay. Height 5.5, diameter 8.0. It is molded on a potter's wheel(?). Ribbed upper part is covered with the polychrome painting (pink and brown paint on the bright background): between two parallel horizontal lines - undulating lines with the slanting incisions. 1976, 2, V.
Second half of 3rd millennium BC. I~r. 370

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JUG (fragment of throat)
Silver. Diameter 14,0. In the upper part the frieze ornament (width of zone 1,2). Frieze is dismembered to the metopes(?), inside which stepped pattern. In the lower part of the throat two horizontal rows of round knots of relief and the strip of the vertical incisions between them. Nurek, 1977, random finding, second half of 2nd millennium BC. I~r. 1057/63. Ly.: P~{rp 1981, pp. 34 - 35, Fig. 2; _S 9.

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Clay. Height 18.7, maximum diameter 18.8, manual modeling. Biconical(?) form, the flat bottom, is deformed with fire. On upper half of body on the damp clay ornamental composition is drawn - stepping in the circle, from right to left, through the equal spaces, 5 mountain goats with the long, bent back horns. Heads of animals are sharpened, backs are slightly bent, and feet (with exception of one case) have outlines of triangle. Space inside the outline of animal is filled with the impressed point, also made by fire; the same impressions depicted the beards (they are described by straight line) and tails, by arc bent downward. The beard of a goat is not shown. The tails of two goats (the snout of the animal that goes behind concealed them) are not visible. Excavations of the tomb of Dzharkuli (lower reaches of the River Vakhsh), 1964 12C - 10C BC.I~r. 583/59. Ly.:P~{rp 1981a, s. 300, Fig. 15;_S 12.

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Unbaked clay, height 39.5. Pose is sedentary. Head was fastened with the aid of the pin(?) (diameter 1.0). Face with the large elongated nose; the eyes slit-shaped, deepened; the chin is flat, shovel-descriptive, with the thin vertical lines on it (beard?); back of the head rounded, the upper part of the head is simplified. Body is straight, with the thoroughly trained muscles of shoulder and the buttock. The hands (right hand is almost lost) were raised forward and upward to the level of chest. On the palm of left hand, object of rectangular form is put by the lateral slit. From the feet, only the soles were preserved. Lines depicted the fingers of legs. Excavations of the tomb of Tandyryul, 1974 latter fourth of 2nd millennium BC.I~r. 190. Ly.: @~~rp - By~sptrp 1979, s. 99 - 101, Fig. 3; By~sptrp 1982, s. 25, Fig. 2.

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